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Delhi related infotmation 3 years, 4 months ago #1096

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1) delhi.gov.in/wps/wcm/connect/doit_dcnewd...tes/OBC+Certificates

Last Updated : 18 Feb,2012




The requirements for getting an Other Backward Classes (OBC) certificate are :

1. What documents are required ?

Application form completed in all respect.
Attestation by Member of Parliament, MLAs, Gazetted Officer,Councilors and Member of SC/ST/OBC welfare Board declaring the caste of applicant

Copy of OBC certificate of father, brother, sister of his/her blood relative from paternal side, if available

No Affidavit is required to be furnished by the applicants who append copy of OBC Certificate of their father side issued from Delhi state. However, in case of applicants who applied on the basis of OBC Certificates issued by other states the affidavit is required.

Two Passport Size photographs, one attested and one plain

Proof of residence in Delhi since 1993 such as Electricity Bill, Water Bill, Telephone Bill, House Tax etc

Affidavit showing the caste, income and agricultural land owned by the applicant, if any

Birth Certificate or School Certificate

In case of married woman : (a)Affidavit from her father showing his income and caste (b)Copy of OBC Certificate of the father/brother, if any

IMPORTANT : All documents needs to be attested by Gazetted Officer.

Note: A local enquiry is conducted in all cases to verify applicant's residence/caste/income and whether he/she belong to the creamy layer.

2. What is application fee ?

NO FEE Required.

3. Where to apply ?

You can approach to the SDM of your area or you can also approach to the concerned O/o the Deputy Commissioner during 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM on any working day.

You can also APPLY ONLINE.

4. What is the Response time ?

OBC certificates are issued in 60 days ( Service Level Agreement Implemented

2) dcsouth.delhigovt.nic.in/AffidavitIncome.pdf

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1) Delhi Government increases quota for OBCs in institutions 25/07/2011

New Delhi: Delhi Government on Monday increased the reservation quota for OBCs in educational institutes run by it to 21 per cent from the current 15 per cent.

The decision was taken at a Cabinet meeting presided over by Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit.

To ensure that increase in reservation for OBCs does not affect general category students, the government has decided to enhance the number of seats in each discipline by 12 per cent.

Dikshit said the the increase in reservation for OBC students will not at all affect students belonging to other communities.

She said pending a final decision by the Union Home Ministry on the issue of reservation of seats for OBCs in educational institutions, the city government decided to increase the current reservation of 15 per cent.

With increase in reservation for OBCs, the combined reservation of seats including SCs and STs in government-run educational institutions have gone up to 39 per cent in Delhi.

The reservation for SCs in Delhi is 17 per cent against 15 per cent in other states. Only one per cent seats are reserved for STs.

As there is no ST population in Delhi, the city government had written to the Union Home Ministry last year to allow it to abolish the reservation quota for STs.

"Our government is committed to safeguard the interests of all the communities," Dikshit said.

The Cabinet also decided to allow existing higher educational institutions situated in Lal-dora, extended Lal-dora and other non-conforming areas to continue for the academic year 2011-12. The government has also decided to allow increase in intake and addition of courses by the institutions operating from such areas but no new construction activities will be allowed.

Dikshit said the decision to allow the institutes to continue has been taken to ensure continuity of education. Lal-dora refers to village land exempted from building bye-laws and strict construction norms.

The institutions will have permission to increase the number of courses and the intake of students but no new construction would be allowed, officials said.

The Cabinet decision will benefit 24 institutes. The institutes will also be allowed to start second shift provided they fulfill all the necessary conditions in terms of space, security, faculty etc.

2) Now, getting caste certificates to be easier Dt. 03/08/2011

New Delhi: The Delhi government on Monday approved a proposal for simplifying the procedure for issuing caste certificates to people in the capital.

Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit said, the decision was taken after various organisations highlighted the difficulties faced by the common man in approaching gazetted officers to get their documents attested.

While the application form, including all supporting documents for Other Backward Classes (OBC) certificate can be attested by any MP, legislator or a gazetted officer, the application forms for Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) certificates can be attested after the supporting documents have been attested by a gazetted officer.

Currently, only sub-divisional magistrates (SDM) and tehsildars can issue the certificates.

However, local inquiry will be made in those cases where a family is applying for a caste certificate for the first time or the issuing authority has a reason to believe that an inquiry is essential.

Dikshit added that wrong attestation will be punished, irrespective of the person verifying the documents.

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Delhi govt increases OBC quota

India Blooms News Service

New Delhi, Feb 27 (IBNS): 27/02/2012

The Delhi government on Monday increased the reservation in higher education for Other Backward Class (OBC) to 27 per cent.

Earlier, the reservation for the OBC was 21 per cent.

The total reservation in higher education institutions for Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and OBC will move up to 49.5 per cent with this increase.

The decision was taken at a meeting of the state Cabinet. It was chaired by Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit.

According to reports, the reservations will come to effect after a notification is given by the government.

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